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Pets of the Week: Zeba & Sampson

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Zeba wound up as a stray in a city shelter before being fostered by an Animals Rule volunteer. She enjoys activity and is the perfect companion for camping, hiking or walking on the beach. She is a great size at 15 lbs. and is full grown at 1 year of age. Her personality is similar to an American Eskimo; she is a very affectionate, charming and loving dog. She is hardy and playful and is excellent with other dogs, children and everyone she meets. Zeba is very alert and possesses a willingness to please. She will excel in an obedience class which is highly recommended for all dogs, especially young ones. Zeba would love to be part of your family and would benefit from a firm, consistent and confident pack leader. Zeba loves her crate and is 100% crate trained. She is spayed, dewormed, microchipped and current on her vaccines.

Meet Zeba at the Animals Rule adoption event today from 11am-3pm at Creative Pet Supply in San Pedro. For more info email info@animalsrule.org.

Meet Sampson, a playful and affectionate 3-year-old orange and white cat. He was found by the side of the road in a pillowcase. In spite of that horrible mistreatment, he is a happy-go-lucky guy who loves people and other cats alike. You can find him at the spcaLA South Bay Pet Adoption Center sunning in a window sill, grooming other cats, or playing with toys. He would be an excellent family cat because he is very tolerant and handsome to boot.